It was called "Need A Collection Textbooks To Use As Stepping Stones to QFT" In my mind, asking about a "no-nonsense intro to QFT" and asking for a set of textbooks together which would prepare one to even read a QFT intro, from the position of only having completed Griffith's Introduction to QM, are two completely different things. QMechanic even admitted to it not being a true duplicate, but closed it anyway, and I really don't buy his explanation of it being "opinion based", since the thread that I was supposedly duplicating should also have been "opinion based".
I didn't close it as duplicate, I closed it as being too broad.
Our book recommendations policy is rather strict (see this answer and this answer), and your question doesn't ask for a single book for QFT (which would already be quite broad), but also for a series of books preparing you for it. This is more study advice than a recommendation of a book for a specific topic, because you are not searching for a resource containing a defined topic, but you are asking the answerers to come up with the specific topic you must learn to begin with.
Therefore, the question is very broad - the recommended resources in one answer could even be about different topic that those in another.